Responsible for monitoring Adult Care Homes (47) to ensure licensure compliance, investigation of licensure related complaints. Assists community toward licensure of new adult care homes.
Service provides short-term assistance for adults needing help accessing services in order to meet their essential needs. Eligibility varies based upon disability, needs, and programmatic criteria.
Provides assistance to aged/disabled adults to remain living independently, reduce social isolation, loneliness, and stimulate interest in leisure activities. The program is designated by the state to monitor certification compliance of (5) adult day centers in Guilford County.
Provides case management services to community residents seeking placement into either a nursing home or adult care home when they are unable to remain in their current living situations.
Social Workers provide comprehensive ongoing case management services to adults that have been adjudicated incompetent by the Clerk of Superior Court and for whom the agency Director has been appointed legal guardian.
Provides investigation of alleged abuse, neglect and exploitation for disabled adults. If substantiated, we provide services to improve/eliminate the situation with adult consent or meet with the legal system when the individual does not have capacity to consent to services.
Service provides financial management of SSA/SSI funds for adults who have been determined by the Social Security Administration as being incapable of managing their own benefits.
Provides Medicaid eligible clients with a Special Assistance payment that will supplement their income in order to safely remain in their homes. Must meet eligibility requirements.
The program contracts with community home care agencies to provide in home services, when there is a need, such as light housekeeping and personal care services (bathing, hair washing, toileting) that assist clients/customers with safely remaining in their homes.